That’s probably good news for the Bulldogs as Faison-Walden is planning on making it down to Athens for the first G Day in Kirby Smart’s coaching career.
“I want to get a better feel for the school and how it's like or how it will be on game day,” the three-star safety said. “At least close to how it will be on game day.”
North Carolina has been good to the Bulldogs. Star players like Todd Gurley, Keith Marshall and Mohamed Massaquoi all took their talents from the Tar Heel state to the Classic City for college football. Now Faison-Walden, who is considered the No. 12 player in the state, is considering Georgia along with Tennessee, Alabama, North Carolina, Florida State and Michigan.